All applicants for admission into the ITACS program must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. We expect applicants to have a GPA of 3.0 or better for their undergraduate studies and acceptable scores on either the GMAT or GRE, consisting of scores at or above the 75th percentile. Applicants will need to provide academic transcripts; professional resume featuring work, internship and/or project experience; 2 recommendations from supervisors, instructors or colleagues; and a written essay. Applicants should also have acceptable scores on either the GMAT or GRE, consisting of scores at or above the 75th percentile.
In addition, applicants to the ITACS Cyber Security concentration are expected to have demonstrated knowledge of computers and information technology. All applicants to the Cyber Security track must be able to demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the following:
- Use of computer operating system (OS) command line interfaces (CLI) of Linux and Windows
- How to navigate an OS’ file system and manipulate directories, data files and binary executable files
- Use of OS CLI to navigate computer OS file systems and directory structures
- Introductory computer programming
The ITACS Program does not accept transfer credits from other universities.
How to Apply
Information on how to apply to the ITACS program can be found here.